Twenty-nine neighbors filled 50 bags of trash on January 24, 2015, as part of the City’s Adopt-a-Street program. The rain stopped just in time for our event. We enjoyed working together as we beautified our surroundings.
Right at 10:00 AM on Saturday, October 25, 2014, the sun came out for the Puget Ridge fall cleanup! And the rain held off until we finished our work. Twenty-one Puget Ridge neighbors of various ages picked up about twenty-six bags of trash, several tires, and various interesting items from Puget Ridge streets, stairways, and green […]
May 10, Saturday, 2014 10-noon: annual SPRING CLEAN 10 AM: meet at 6559 18th to pick up bags and organize work parties. 4:30-5:30: GARDEN PARTY Connect with neighbors and share gardening information 6:00: POTLUCK Socializing, discussion, singalong (all at 6559 18th SW)
On a bright, sunny day–January 25, 2014–twenty-seven neighbors, including children, made Puget Ridge’s public spaces look a lot better. Twenty-five bags of trash were left for pickup by the City, at the bottom of Croft Place at Juneau. Seventeen neighbors met in the evening. The following topics were discussed: Green Space Restoration: Contact Steve for more information: email@example.com • Emergency […]
Hi, it’s done for this fall- but thanks to the 10 intrepid people who did the Autumn Clean for our neighborhood;-) And the group of 20 who turned out for the Kauffman-hosted potluck! It’s great that we’re keeping this up, hope the weather isn’t making things too blown away! -judy ps-I plan to join in […]
Our Puget Ridge WINTER CLEAN-UP will be on Saturday, February 9th, from 10 AM to noon, with a potluck in the evening focussing on emergency preparation. There will be a planning meeting for the Clean-up on Friday, January 25, at 7:00 PM, at 6559 18th Avenue SW.
Reminder for the Neighborhood Potluck and Meeting Saturday, September 15 Potluck 6:00 to 7:00 PM Meeting 7:00 to 8:30 PM (come to one or both) at 6559 18th Avenue SW Click here to see the flyer.
Here’s a report from Lisa Kauffman, on Green Space events and More: ON AUGUST 12th.. Ten people moved 80 cubic yards of wood chips from the western edge of the 19th Avenue Ravine at Holly down into the green space, in preparation for future restoration work and the “food forest.” Twenty-two people attended a barbecue […]